Charles Bridge Bed And Breakfast
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It was overwhelming really, to be in a situation and in a room where you had no idea of the size or scope or your surroundings.
Our guide was a bit bossy and *****ed at our group a bit, but she guided us through the darkness asking us to figure out where things were and so on.
About 3/4 of the way through, I could not get over how very dark and disorienting it was and finally had to ask the guide how this was done.
(Insert loud, ...
... night but around 3.30 I hit a brick wall and couldn't get drunk anymore. By this point I really wanted to go to another bar but no one else wanted to. I went to one bar with my mates when we were on a stag do in Prague called 'James Dean' I really fancied going there because it was awesomez In the end I decided to stumble back to the hostel again and grab a slice of pizza from the takeaway just outside of the hostel. The following morning I was yet again hanging so I checked ...
... and it ended with this old gentlemen cheerfully protesting. He's very harmless and has been protesting for 900 days. He won't really say much, but Tijo said the guy is protesting that the govt took his house.
8) The reverberating sound circle (my fave little spot in all of Prague!) - this is a little circle with stairs that surround it. When you stand on the circle and start talking, your voice is projected back at your like an amplified soundwave. To ...
... have a bonus however as we didn't have to pay for the crawl and we got to know the others much better. We even nicknamed ourselves 'The Sober Monkeys' after our fail of a crawl! We still went to a couple of pubs as a small group instead and exchanged travel stories.
The next day we had a lazy morning before heading out to the castle. The weather was much brighter today and I wanted the opportunity to get some photos of the castle when it didn't look like a creepy castle out ...
... A few of course selfies were also taken on the bridge. As we headed up to the Prague castle area we made a couple of stops for the Prague and Czexh delicacies. First stop at a gingerbread museum where we saw lots and lots of different gingerbreads and houses and of course bought a few to taste. Next stop was to try a Czech pastry Tredlenik which was yummy and was pastry dipped in cinnamon sugar and in a coil.
As we walked off our dessert we headed to ...